With Oklahoma quail hunters chomping at the bit for the Nov. 8 statewide quail season opener to arrive, the forecast for the upcoming season appears to be good, perhaps one of the better forecasts in the past decade.
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It’s been warm this fall, way too warm for this deer hunter’s liking here in North Texas.
Making the playoffs this season seems like a far-fetched idea, and Sherman head football coach Bill Patterson is not even making it a goal in this rebuilding year.
As the third year of Chad Rogers’ tenure at Denison comes to a close, tonight’s Senior Night festivities before the contest against Wylie East take on a certain significance for a couple of reasons.
High school football fans usually show up dressed head-to-toe in their favorite school’s colors when a district title is on the line.
There is no pouting or sulking to be found in the Yellow Jacket locker room. A team that has seen every loss be very winnable could whine, cry or lament their lot in the standings.
For the last five years the Texomaland area has hosted numbers of our military for a fishing and fun tournament in November. I have been a part of it since it started. I guess you could say Jerry Dorsey, a fishing guide on Texoma, has been one of the main driving forces behind this event.
After failing to spring the trap at Bearcat Stadium last week, Sherman’s football team has one more chance to bag a district title contender this Friday night in its final home game of 2014.
DURANT — Southeastern had five players with double-digit kills, but was unable to complete the rally from a 2-0 deficit, falling to Texas Woman’s 3-2 on Wednesday night in Bloomer Sullivan Gymnasium.